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Donald Trump Gets Another Fragrance; Nicole Miller Starts Skin Care Line

 Edie Campbell and Nyasha Matonhodze for <em>Allure</em>.
Edie Campbell and Nyasha Matonhodze for Allure. Photo: Mario Testino/Allure


Nicole Miller has started a skin care line with a focus on everyday hydration and brightening. [Beauty High]

• Jessica Simpson has been taking extra good care of her skin during pregnancy to avoid stretch marks and acne. “My entire body is changing every single day,” she says. “So I make it a point to moisturize as much as possible. I’m cleansing more in pregnancy than I ever have in my whole life.” [PeopleStyleWatch]


• A  new campaign spearheaded by a women’s rights group called UK Feminista issued a petition to ban cosmetic-surgery ads. [HuffPo]


• Donald Trump is releasing a second fragrance called “Success.” The fragrance isn’t just based on the Trump name, but ” … the lifestyle and the aspiration to what he represents — wealth.” [WWD]


• With this hairdo, you would never have trouble finding a pencil again. [Fashion Gone Rogue]


Nyasha Matonhodze and Edie Campbell look kaleidoscopic in an editorial for Allure magazine. [Fashion Copious]

• Here’s some St.Patrick’s Day–inspired makeup, should you really want to go all out tomorrow. [The Hairpin]


• A Broadway actress discovers the joys and pains of gel manicures. [NYTimes]

Donald Trump Fragrance; Nicole Miller Skin Care